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  1. 3 points
    LOA til 12/14 to continue getting my ass kicked by finals
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    Thank you to those of you that have signed up already. If you edit your bio from this point, please post so I can edit the spreadsheets. There's still room for 3 more Republicans and 1 more Democrat. Signups end Friday. Republicans Journalist David Grenfield (Austin) @SWMissourian Congressman Kyle Fitzgerald (Houston) @TexAgRepublican Judge Melinda Jellystone (Lubbock) @Jellybeans NRA VP Rob South (Houston) @anatoly Candidate Democrats Businesswoman Jennifer Acevedo (Dallas) @Bluto Fmr Lt. Governor Power McNelly (Amarillo) @Batman State Senator Samuel Crafts (Dallas) @Dogslife Businessman Richard Strickland (Dallas) @Rusty Russ Candidate
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    Character Name: Kyle Fitzgerald Home State: Texas Home County: Polk Home Media Market: Houston Party: Republican ---------------------------------------------------- Previous Job: U.S. Rep. TX-36 Date of Birth: 11/11/1967 Race / Ethnicity: White Religion: Protestant Christian Wealth: Upper Middle Class Gender: Male Sexuality: Heterosexual Are you married?: Yes How many children do you have?: 1 ---------------------------------------------------- Attributes (200 points to distribute; max 100 for each) Experience: 50 Name Recognition: 50 Wealth: 50 Charisma: 50 ---------------------------------------------------- Affinity (100 points to distribute; max 100 for each) Conservatives: 50 Progressives: 25 Moderates: 25 ---------------------------------------------------- Kyle Fitzgerald was born on November 11, 1967 in Livingston, Texas. He attended Texas A&M University and was a member of the Corps of Cadets, graduating in 1990. After college, he served in the U.S. Army and deployed to the Gulf War with the First Cavalry Division. After being honorably discharged from the Army in 1994, he returned home to work for his father's timber trucking company, eventually taking over the company himself. In 2012, he entered politics and was elected to the U.S. House of Representatives from the newly created 36th District. He has been re-elected three times.
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    Character Name: David Grenfield Home State: Texas (duh) Home County: Travis County (yes, THAT Travis County) Home Media Market: Travis ---------------------------------------------------- Previous Job: Social Media Loon commentator, editor of True American Heritage (fringe social media "news" organization)Date of Birth: April 10, 1963Race / Ethnicity: WhiteReligion: AtheistWealth: Middle ClassGender: MaleSexuality: Heterosexual (he makes this abundantly clear)Are you married?: DivorcedHow many children do you have?: 1; Alyssa Grenfield, 21 ---------------------------------------------------- Attributes (200 points to distribute; max 100 for each) Experience: 15 Name Recognition: 55 Wealth: 25 Charisma: 105 ---------------------------------------------------- Affinity (100 points to distribute; max 100 for each) Conservatives: 60 Progressives: 25 Moderates: 15 ---------------------------------------------------- David Ignatious Grenfield was born on April 10, 1963, to Donald 'Don' Grenfield and Sarah Grenfield. David grew up as a Democrat, even voting for Dukakis over the immensely popular Ronald Reagan in 1984. During this time, he served in the Army as an infantry rifleman. His time in the Army would go on to shape his cynical, power-centric worldview. While he neglected to vote in 1988, he did vote for Bill Clinton in 1992. However, in 1994, he was among millions of voters that defected to the Republican Party, delivering the House into GOP hands for the first time in nearly four decades. His views shifted into a more socially conservative outlook, while he remained economically moderate. In 2000, he voted for George Bush and retired from the military. The Presidency of "Dubya" would come to radically change Grenfield's beliefs. He shifted left on some issues and hard right on others. He dropped his Christian faith in 2007, and he started supporting abortion ("keeps those minorities from getting uppity," he once said). He also became an immigration hardliner, calling for an immediate halt to all immigration. While his vote has invariably been Republican since 2012, he strikes a controversial figure for both parties. Mainstream conservatives consider him a far-right loonbag who makes them look bad, and progressives consider him misogynistic, racist, homophobic, xenophobic, Islamophobic, and crude. In summary on support: (Conservatives like his support for police, distrust of affirmative action, anti-feminism, and other related things, but they are displeased greatly with his avowed support of Roe v. Wade, his blatant racism, and lowkey attacks on religion) (Progressives like his support for Roe v. Wade and attacks on religion...that's about it) (Moderates...yeah, they don't like him)
  5. 2 points
    Good to go. @Sheridan and @SWMissourian also have received their committee mods.
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    I recently dreamt that I went back in time to the early 1990s when I lived in Ann Arbor, Michigan. I thought to myself I needed to buy Microsoft.
  8. 2 points
    My laptop is currently on the fritz so I am consigned to my phone unless I can find my netbook. Will keep everyone posted.
  9. 2 points
    Democrats need to do better as recruiting new players. Every round so far has ended in either a landslide 2020 victory for the GOP or the DNC Chair getting arrested for donating to a terrorist organization
  10. 1 point
    I am always curious about how people created their character's name. Rossi: My first and most notorious character. I got the name from Dino Rossi who is a real state senator in Washington State. Hackenberg: I am pretty sure that I got the name from a name generator. Some of them were randomly generated names with no real reference. Pennypacker: Obviously was a Seinfeld reference. Ralph Labradoodle: Labradoodle is a spoof of Raul Labrador......a real congressman from Idaho.
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    This is way too complicated. Seriously, one of the great things about Capitol Hill is how simple it is compared to other games. Let's please keep it that way.
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